Jan and his wife lead a church in Italy that partners with NCMI. On Sunday, 24 June, Jan shared some of their story.
17 June 2018 at Bedfordview. Marcus celebrates fatherhood and speaks about why we value it as a church, as part of our “Kingdom Values” series.
24 June 2018 at Rosebank. Nathan Gernetzky shares on the glory of the gospel found in Ephesians 1.
17 June 2018 at Rosebank. Tim Potter and Nathan Gernetzky celebrate fatherhood and share on what it means to be a man and how we as a church can live out this example in our city and South Africa.
Sunday night, 10 June 2018. Darren Prosser from Kingdom Life Church in Australia, and who also serves as part of the NCMI team, shares some prophetic insights for us as a church.
Sunday morning at Bedfordview, 10 June 2018. Craig Herbert speaks about living for the glory of God – living our value of “nameless” and “faceless”.
Sunday morning at Rosebank, 10 June 2018. Nathan Gernetzky unpacks how we can live for God’s glory in our city.
Dr. Ntshengedzedi John Mphaphuli chatted to the leaders in Cornerstone city-wide about the practice of lobola.
We live in a multi-cultural society and our church has a diversity of cultures which we need to understand if we are going to lead effectively. Lobola (Zulu) is an age-old African custom, whereby the man pays the family of his fiancé for her hand in marriage. It is a widely practiced custom in various cultures in our city and there are many myths and realities and misunderstandings about this tradition.
Dr John came to help us better understand these myths and realities and how they relate to Kingdom culture.
John is part of the NCMI translocal team and the leadership of New Day Church in Edenvale. He has in-depth knowledge and over 25 years of experience in training entrepreneurial and leadership skills. He also lectures on Cultural Anthropology at the University of South Africa (UNISA) and has specialised in that field.
Dalene encourages us tremendously at Kaleidoscope 2018 (second of two sessions on Saturday morning)
Dalene encourages us tremendously at Kaleidoscope 2018 (first of two sessions on Saturday morning)